After joining the 44News Team in 2016, Tommy Mason host 44News This Morning.
The Indianapolis native and Vincennes University graduate began a 20 year Tri-State broadcasting career in 2001.
For nearly a decade Tommy has served as the public address announcer for the University of Evansville Aces Mens Basketball Team, as well as the Evansville Thunderbolts professional hockey team at the Ford Center.
In his spare time, Tommy enjoys visiting state parks and Tri-State attractions with his wife and daughter Hannah.
You can watch Tommy weekday mornings from 5:00am to 9:00am on both CBS44 and FOX44.
The new cups produced by Berry Global are made from recycled plastics and will soon be found inside Wendy's locations nationwide.
The new VINE upgrades provide voice search options for victims as well as enhanced security, a personalized watch list, and zip code search.
Bob Baffert will be allowed to enter horses in this year's Breeder's Cup, after being cleared to take part by the Cup's board.
Midnight Madness marks the date where NCAA basketball teams can host their first official practices ahead of the upcoming season.
USI theater students are hosting their first live stage performance since early 2019 with the show titled "The Mad Ones" this weekend.
A Beastie Boys Tribute band will take the stage of Bokeh Lounge this weekend. Tickets are on sale for $15.00.
Woodland Park Apartments residents could be relocated with all expenses paid if the Evansville Board of Public Works agrees to terms set by city officials and Memorial Community Development Corporation.
The closure along South Burkhardt Road will be in place today through Thursday, while similar work is expected to close down St. Joe Avenue on Thursday between Mohr and Schenk Road.
A measure aimed at shifting money from the future Roberts Park project toward repairs to other Evansville city parks was voted down Monday night.
Henderson customers that rely on natural gas to heat their homes could see an increase of up to 50% on that portion of their bill this winter.